Working with others: The tricks of true team players
There’s that old saying - you can choose your friends but not your family. Well the same goes for your work colleagues.
Most of us generally spend over a third of each working day in the office, in close quarters with a whole range of different people we might not choose to otherwise.
It’s important to nurture work relationships not only because it creates a happy work environment, but having someone to bounce ideas off, who might see things differently from you, as well as provide problem or emotion-focused support are invaluable for career success.
Suzanne Hazelton, author of Great Days At Work, understands how vital it is to be able to work with others. She outlines the practical day-to-day changes you can make to transform your teamwork skills and build more collaborative working relationships.
With these teamwork tips you can have a great day at work every day!